A Scrap Off the Editing Floor

The Greek pronoun is plural: Do you not know that y'all are God's temple and that God's spirit dwells in y'all?

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Rereading a Childhood Favorite

It's both a wonderful and frightening thing to reread a book you loved as a child. It's been ten years since I read Anne of Green Gables. It was one of my most favorite books of all when I was entering my teens but I've put off rereading it because I was afraid I'd find … Continue reading Rereading a Childhood Favorite

To Imitate the Strains I Love

THE REDBREAST AND THE SPARROW As a Redbreast was singing on a tree by the side of a rural cottage, a Sparrow, perched upon the thatch, took occasion thus to reprimand him: “And dost thou,” said he, “with thy dull autumnal note, presume to emulate the birds of spring? Can thy weak warblings pretend to … Continue reading To Imitate the Strains I Love

Songs of Asaph: The Queen of Iowa (Andrew Peterson)

#13. The Queen of Iowa Andrew Peterson Made beautiful through suffering. Miss my introduction to my "Sons/Songs of Asaph" series? Catch up here.  Miss my introduction to Andrew Peterson? Read it here. http://youtu.be/o0SBamE107Y (Lyrics) I met the queen of Iowa She was dying on a couch in the suburbs And with all of the things … Continue reading Songs of Asaph: The Queen of Iowa (Andrew Peterson)

Songs of Asaph: Dancing in the Minefields (Andrew Peterson)

DANCING IN THE MINEFIELDS by Andrew Peterson Love is hard "but I believe that's what the promise is for". (One of the most beautiful songs on marriage I have heard.) Miss my introduction to my "Sons/Songs of Asaph" series? Catch up here.  Miss my introduction to Andrew Peterson? Read it here. http://youtu.be/_Gs3fg_WsEg (Lyrics) I was … Continue reading Songs of Asaph: Dancing in the Minefields (Andrew Peterson)

A Balanced Look at “One Thousand Gifts”

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0310321913/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0310321913&linkCode=as2&tag=livinheassha-20 Even after over two years, I still don't know how to rate this book. There were things I loved about the book and there were things that really disturbed me about the book. Even the writing style has a love/hate relationship with me. Her quasi-poetic style is unique, fresh, contemplative and often leaves you … Continue reading A Balanced Look at “One Thousand Gifts”